8500 Furey Rd, Upper Chichester, PA 19014 -2341
(610) 485-5881
Public Works Department

Jim Putman

Director of Public Works

Responsibilities

Trash & Recycling
Township Roads
Snow and Ice Removal

Jeanmarie Broomall

Assistant

Contact Information

(484) 483-7215 ext. 228
(484) 816-0950
ALL PLASTIC BAGS ARE PROHIBITED IN RECYCLING BIN
KEEP CHICHESTER CLEAN

Consider using a reusable carryout bag.

These bags are made of durable Cloth, Fiber, or Fabric.

Reusable Bag
No Plastic Bags
KEEP IT LOOSE!!

Recycle items MUST be placed in recycle bin LOOSE.

Bags are prohibited and may result in fines.

Recycle Bin

Recycling Pickup

Recycle unwanted clothing and electronics right from your door.
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Responsibilities

Department Information

Monday - Friday
7:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Phone: (484) 483-7215
Fax: (484) 816-0950

Quick Links

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Mission Statement

The Public Works Department is committed to providing efficient, cost-effective services to our citizens in the areas of Streets, Storm Water, Sanitation, and Recycling. With a team of people dedicated to excellence and customer satisfaction, we strive to accomplish these tasks efficiently, effectively and with accountability to the community we serve.

Route 322 Conchester Highway Project

For updates regarding the Route 322 Project visit PennDOT's website

Trash Pickup Day

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